Institutional theory has focused predominantly on established institutions that have a firm basis in and focus on space (a building) and time (a historical collection and institutional history). A relatively new phenomenon is the traveling temporary institution that fluidly occupies spaces in the urban realm and operates until it terminates its existence at any given moment. How do such temporary institutions affect the contemporary art landscape? Does the center-periphery institutional model still apply when institutions only emerge on a temporal basis? Or is the temporary institution the epitome of new institutionalism?

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